Annual Events

Each year, more than 1,400 students in grades 9-12 at Henry Sibley High School celebrate the act of charity through a week called Give Once For All (GOFA), which is a unique, long-standing tradition within the school. For more than 50 years, students have worked in creative ways to raise money for charitable foundations with the hope of making world a better place.


The Henry Sibley graduation ceremony is the first Sunday in June at Roy Wilkins Auditorium in downtown St. Paul.  

Henry Sibley holds its annual Prom dance each year in May. The event is coordinated by the Student Council and held at an off-site location. 

Each year after the graduation ceremony seniors attend the all night senior party at Henry Sibley High School. Coordinated by parent volunteers, the senior party is a safe and fun way for graduates to celebrate their time in high school.

The annual Sibley Showcase is an event in November for students and parents/guardians who are looking to enroll at the high school. Families can tour the school, meet principals and teachers, learn more about classes, programs and activities and discover if Sibley is the right place for them. No RSVP required.

The Sibley Father-Daughter dance is an annual event for girls in grades 9-12 and a significant male figure in their lives. This semi-formal event has been a long-standing Sibley tradition for more than 20 years and is held in April at an off-campus location. All female students receive an invitation to the dance in February or March.